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Table 2 The utilization of carbon and nitrogen sources by Streptomyces sp. MUM265

From: Mangrove derived Streptomyces sp. MUM265 as a potential source of antioxidant and anticolon-cancer agents

Utilizable carbon and nitrogen sources Non-utilizable carbon and nitrogen sources
Acetic acid α-D-glucose 3-methylglucose Acetoacetic acid
α-hydroxy-butyric acid α-keto-glutaric acid α-D-lactone β-methyl-D-glucoside
β-hydroxy-D,L-butyric acid Bromo-succinic acid D-aspartic acid D-glucose-6-phosphate
Citric acid D-arabitol D-lactic acid methyl ester D-malic acid
D-cellobiose Dextrin D-melibiose D-raffinose
D-fructose D-fructose-6-phosphate D-saccharic acid D-salicin
D-fucose D-galactose D-serine D-sorbitol
D-galacturonic acid D-gluconic acid D-turanose L-rhamnose
D-glucuronic acid D-maltose Mucic acid N-acetyl-D-galactosamine
D-mannitol D-mannose N-acetyl-neuraminic acid N-acetyl-β-D-mannosamine
D-trehalose Formic acid ρ-hydroxy-phenylacetic acid Quinic acid
γ-amino-butyric acid Gelatin Stachyose Sucrose
Gentiobiose Glucuronamide
Glycerol Glycyl-L-proline
Inosine L-alanine
L-arginine L-aspartic acid
L-fucose L-galactonic acid lactone
L-glutamic acid L-histidine
L-lactic acid L-malic acid
L-pyroglutamic acid L-serine
Methyl pyruvate myo-inositol
N-acetyl-D-glucosamine Pectin
Propionic acid Tween 40